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Jan 15, 2008

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FreshAdriaticFish

This sounds interesting although I realy can not "imagine" the taste of it. Well, I'll have to try it...

peabody

I lvoe this flavor combination so why not! Looks beautiful.

Meeta

Johanna, I really love the addition of blue cheese and to be honest I would never have thought of combining the flavours of apple and blue cheese with chestnuts. This looks great!

Bellini Valli

The blue cheese would add that certain zip to this terrine. A very festive dish with the chestnuts too....gotta keep everyone happy!!

Bea at La Tartine Gourmande

This is a lovely verrine that you made here, Johanna! Great combination of ingredients!

brilynn

This sounds like a wonderful and intriguing combination of flavours!

Elle

Missed where you added the chestnuts in the recipe, but this sounds like a great starter and a wonderful combination of flavors, textures and piquant/salty/sweet/crunchy

johanna

hi elle, thanks for alerting me to that. have amended the recipe accordingly.

Lore

Hmn I don't know what to say about the cayenne pepper or even hot smoked paprika ...to be honest that's to risky for me. All the other flavors sound extremely yum for me so it's a must do recipe:). Thanks!

Tartelette

I am always putting things in glasses rather than dishes or plates, so much fun. I live apple and walnuts and blue cheese so doing apple, blue cheese and chesnut makes a lot of sense and this looks gorgeous!

Annemarie

A nice sweet / savory combo for your verrine. Hope even the fussy eaters enjoyed it.

arfi

that looks divine! i've sent my entry but i haven't got a confirmation from you if it's received.

Margaret

I think Christmas Day must have been wonderful at your house. I absolutely love the combo of flavours and textures in your verrine.

Jeni

This looks decadent...a truly unique creation. I think it would also be good after a meal with some sweet wine, what do you think?

johanna

jeni, what a brilliant idea! what a unique cheese course this would make, you're absolutely right! thanks for suggesting it..

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